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#305 - jslut **User deleted account**
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#335 to #305 - manofparody ONLINE
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(04/06/2012) [-]
And yet women go for another birth, while men try and stay away from getting hit in the testies.
#327 to #305 - BowChickaBowWow
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(04/06/2012) [-]
Here's my rebuttal.
How often do you see women passing out during childbirth?
#331 to #327 - jslut **User deleted account**
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#317 to #305 - lexarcommander
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(04/06/2012) [-]
Yes, because something totally intended to happen according to the laws of nature and according to the anatomy of a woman, cant possibly hurt less than physical abuse to the most sensitive part of the male body, which has no shock absorption or protection of any kind. One is natural, one is torture.
#321 to #317 - jslut **User deleted account**
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#326 to #321 - lexarcommander
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(04/06/2012) [-]
See, it doesnt necessarily get torn though. thats a misconception (bad choice of words for the given subject)
#336 to #326 - jslut **User deleted account**
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#343 to #336 - lexarcommander
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(04/06/2012) [-]
one video is not 100% of the time
#315 to #305 - davidp
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(04/06/2012) [-]
i think that there is alot of misconceptions about what this means, a woman has to endure that del level of 57 for hours on end, whereas a man has to feel the level in the thousands for a few seconds. So, overall one might rather get kicked in the balls than go through labor, but that's not the point, it is just comparing instantaneous levels of pain.

#311 to #305 - icescream
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(04/06/2012) [-]
Well technically, Getting hit in the balls is squishing all those little bastard children, who then proceed to inflict further pain after the initial contact.
#314 to #311 - jslut **User deleted account**
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